MYTHOLOGIE c'est a dire, Explication des Fables ... Extraite du Latin de Noel Le Comte, & augmentee de plusieurs choses qui facilitent l'intelligence du sujet. Par I.D.M. [I. de Montlyard]
by Conti, Natale (1520-1582) translated by Jean Montlyard
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- MYTHOLOGIE c'est a dire, Explication des Fables ... Extraite du Latin de Noel Le Comte, & augmentee de plusieurs choses qui facilitent l'intelligence du sujet. Par I.D.M. [I. de Montlyard]
- Conti, Natale (1520-1582) translated by Jean Montlyard
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